Community Announcements

August 9, 2019

Washington County has contracted with a new service provider for the collection of recycables.  Costs to residents will not change.  Please note that hte rules for recycling in the BluCans are changing to only the following items:

*  Cardboard

*  Metal Food and Beverage Containers (tin and aluminum)

*  Plastics # 1 and # 2 (milk jugs and water bottles)  Look at the bottom of the container for a number 1 or 2 located inside the recycling symbol.

They will no longer accept glass or paper.  This is effective immediately.  



 

August 22, 2018 

Utah 211 Logo

Utah 211 is a free, confidential service offered by the United Way.  Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.  Providing help for those in need of emergency food assistance, utility assistance, health & mental health, government services, tax assistance, behavioral/substance abuse, legal aid, housing, or transportation.  

There are also one-time and ongoing volunteer opportunities available.  

To get help or to give help, dial 2-1-1 or 1.888.826.9790, visit http://211ut.org, text your zip code to 898-211, download the 2-1-1 Utah App, email 211utah@uw.org, or search for 211utah on facebook.  Hearing impared dial Relay Utah at 7-1-1 or 888.346.3162.  Information provided in over 200 languages.  

Posted 8/22/2018

 

ROCKVILLE  SOUVENIRS ARE HERE!!

 THE FOLLOWING ITEMS ARE AVAILABLE FOR SALE IN THE TOWN OFFICE:

- SHORT SLEEVED T-SHIRTS, MEN'S & WOMEN'S SIZES - $15.00 EACH

- LONG SLEEVED T-SHIRTS, MEN'S SIZES - $18.00 EACH

- NEW HOT DRINK MUGS, BROWN & BLUE - $6.00 EACH

- THE JOY OF ROCKVILLE COOKBOOK - $12.00 EACH

 AND THE BOOK "HISTORIC ROCKVILLE" - $25.00 EACH

 This is a new book about Rockville’s history and is a project completed by the Rockville Historic Preservation Commission for Rockville’s 150 Year Celebration. In 1999, the Utah Division of State History and the National Park Service provided grant funds to the Commission to make an archival photographic collection of people, places, and events important to the historical record of Rockville and surrounding communities. After the photographs were collected, some were framed and mounted and are hanging in the Rockville Community Center. The book Historic Rockville includes these pictures and explains the stories behind the photographs and Rockvilles history. The book is available at the Town of Rockville office and is also available on line at www.graftonheritage.org


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